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What Tools to Use to Write XHTML Documents
What Tools to Use to Write XHTML Documents? - XHTML FAQs - Introduction To XHTML 1.0 The basic tool you need to write XHTML documents is any text editor, like notepad on Windows system, or vi on Unix system. If you are looking for some advanced tools to help you writing XHTML documents, you can sele...
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What Is the Body Tag/Element
What Is the Body Tag/Element? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Body Tag and Block Level Tags The body element is used to provide content of the XHTML document. Here are some rules about the body tag/element: The body element is a second level element. The body element must be the second child element of the ...
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How To Validate XHTML Documents Online
How To Validate XHTML Documents Online? - XHTML FAQs - Introduction To XHTML 1.0 If you have just finished a new XHTML document, and you want to make sure that confirms with the XHTML specification, you can use the XHTML online validator at http://validator.w3.org/. There are 3 ways you can use this...
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Can DIV Elements Be Floated
Can DIV Elements Be Floated? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding DIV and SPAN elements Can "div" elements be floated? The answer is yes. If you want to float a "div" block, you can use the "float" CSS property. Here is a tutorial example of floated "div" elements: &lt;?xml version="1.0" ?&...
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What Are List Elements
What Are List Elements? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Lists and List Items XHTML 1.0 offers 3 list elements: "ol" - Ordered List: A list of items with leading sequential numbers. "ul" - Unordered List: A list of items with leading bullets. "dl" - Definition List: A list of items with leading...
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What Tools to Use to View XHTML Documents
What Tools to Use to View XHTML Documents? - XHTML FAQs - Introduction To XHTML 1.0 The basic tool you need to view XHTML documents is any Web browser, like Internet Explorer (IE) or FireFox. The following tutorial shows you how to view a XHTML document with : Write an XHTML document and save it as ...
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What Is a LI Tag/Element
What Is a LI Tag/Element? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Lists and List Items An "li" element is flow type element, which can be used only as a child element of "ol" and "ul" elements. An "li" element can be used to define a list item. Here are basic rules about "li" elements: "li" elements c...
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What Is an OL Tag/Element
What Is an OL Tag/Element? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Lists and List Items An "ol" element is block level element that can be used to define an ordered list, where items are displayed with leading sequential numbers. Here are basic rules about "ol" elements: "ol" elements are block level ...
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Can Multiple Paragraphs Be Included in a List Item
Can Multiple Paragraphs Be Included in a List Item? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Lists and List Items Yes. You can include multiple paragraphs in a single list item, because "li" is a flow type element, which can have block elements and inline elements. The tutorial example below shows you ...
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What Is a UL Tag/Element
What Is a UL Tag/Element? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Lists and List Items A "ul" element is block level element that can be used to define an un-ordered list, where items are displayed with leading bullets. Here are basic rules about "ul" elements: "ul" elements are block level elements. ...
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What Is a DL Tag/Element
What Is a DL Tag/Element? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Lists and List Items A "dl" element is block level element that can be used to define a definition list, where items are displayed with leading terms. Here are basic rules about "dl" elements: "dl" elements are block level elements. "dl...
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Can List Elements Be Nested
Can List Elements Be Nested? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Lists and List Items Yes. You can nest list element within each other because: List items can have block elements as contents. List elements are block elements. List items can have list elements as contents resulting nested list elem...
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How To Use Different Markers on Ordered List Items
How To Use Different Markers on Ordered List Items? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Lists and List Items By default, browsers will use decimal numbers as the item markers for ordered lists. If you want to change them to something else, like alphabetical letters, you need to use CSS properties....
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How To Use Different Markers on Unordered List Items
How To Use Different Markers on Unordered List Items? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Lists and List Items By default, browsers will use solid dots as the item markers for unordered lists. If you want to change them to something else, like tiny squares, you need to use CSS properties. Here is ...
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What Is a TR Tag/Element
What Is a TR Tag/Element? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Tables and Table Cells A "tr" element is a special element that can only be used as a sub-element of a "table" element. A "tr" element defines a row in a table. Here are basic rules about "tr" elements: "tr" elements are special element...
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What Is a TABLE Tag/Element
What Is a TABLE Tag/Element? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Tables and Table Cells A "table" element is a block level element that you can use to present information in table of rows and columns. Here are basic rules about "table" elements: "table" elements are block elements. "table" element...
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What Is a TD Tag/Element
What Is a TD Tag/Element? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Tables and Table Cells A "td" element is a special element that can only be used as a sub-element of a "tr" element. A "td" element defines a column in a row. Here are basic rules about "td" elements: "td" elements are special elements ...
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What Are the Attributes of a TABLE Element
What Are the Attributes of a TABLE Element? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Tables and Table Cells A "table" element may have the following commonly used attributes: "summary" - Specifies a text string as the summary of the table. "width" - Specifies the width of the table. "border" - Specifie...
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How To Create Table Borders
How To Create Table Borders? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Tables and Table Cells There are two sets of borders within a table: Outer Borders - Borders that around the outer edges of the table. Inner Borders - Borders between table cells. If you want to create table outer borders and inner b...
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How To Turn On Some Parts of Table Outer Borders
How To Turn On Some Parts of Table Outer Borders? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Tables and Table Cells If you don't want to turn all 4 edges of outer borders in a table, you need to use the "frame" attribute, which offer the following options: &lt;table border="1" frame="border"&gt; ...
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How To Control White Spaces between Table Cells
How To Control White Spaces between Table Cells? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Tables and Table Cells White spaces between cells refer to the vertical space between a upper cell and a lower cell in a table column, and the horizontal space between a left cell and a right cell in a table row. ...
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How To Control Padding Spaces within a Table Cell
How To Control Padding Spaces within a Table Cell? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Tables and Table Cells Cell padding spaces are spaces between cell inner borders and cell content. By default, browsers give cell padding spaces of 1 pixel. If you want to control cell padding spaces within a ta...
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What Happens If One Row Has Missing Columns
What Happens If One Row Has Missing Columns? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Tables and Table Cells What happens if one row has missing columns? Most browsers will provide empty columns to the end of the row to make up the missing columns. For example, if your XHTML document has a table with t...
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How To Control Vertical Alignment
How To Control Vertical Alignment? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Tables and Table Cells By default, text in all table cells are aligned to the top vertically. If you want to control vertical alignment yourself, you need to use the "valign" attribute in a "tr" element or a "td" element: &...
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